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Alkham Court

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Accommodation Details

Relax in our Five Star ‘Gold’ award winning farmhouse, enjoying the best in comfort and hospitality. Discover the beautiful Alkham Valley at any time of the year and enjoy our own superb views of the Kent Downs.

Alkham Court is situated in the heart of the peaceful Alkham Valley between Folkestone and Dover in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ overlooking our family farm with sheep and horses.

See our pretty villages, beautiful gardens and varied coastline. Explore Dover Castle and walk along the famous ’White cliffs of Dover’. Visit the medieval city of Canterbury just 20 minutes away by car. The perfect base for touring Kent’s countryside and coastline. Come & enjoy the 'Garden of England’.

•10 minutes from Dover and Folkestone
•10 minutes from Ferries and Eurotunnel
•10 minutes from the White Cliffs of Dover
•20 minutes from Canterbury and Sandwich
•30 minutes from Leeds Castle and Sissinghurst Gardens
•40 minutes from Rye

Accept ChildrenAccess to Golf CourseCredit Cards AcceptedCycle Hire AvailableCycle StorageFishing NearbyGarden PatioGround Floor BedroomHot TubLaundry FacilitiesParking On-SitePony TrekkingPoolReal FiresServes BreakfastStablingTennis CourtWorking FarmRoom Service

Accommodation Location

Alkham Court, Meggett Lane, South Alkham, Dover, Kent, CT15 7DG




Things to see and do in Kent :

Canterbury Cathedral

The Cathedral is both a holy place and part of a World Heritage Site

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Howletts Animal Park

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The Canterbury Tales

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Winston Churchill's House

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